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Pinched nerve - Symptoms and causes - Mayo Clinic Print Overview Pinched nerve due to herniated disk Pinched nerve due to herniated disk A herniated disk in your lower spine may "pinch" a nerve...
Severe peripheral nerve injuries may cause total loss of feeling to the area where the nerve is damaged.
These nerves are twined together to form the vestibulocochlear nerve (eighth cranial nerve).
Tumors outside a nerve can cause problems when they press on the nerve.
The study measures the electrical impulses in your nerve signals when a small current passes through the nerve.
Nerve transfer Nerve transfer Your surgeon can bypass a damaged section of nerve by reconnecting a healthy nerve to restore function.
Noncancerous nerve tumors.
Vagus nerve stimulation - Mayo Clinic Print Overview Vagus nerve stimulation involves the use of a device to stimulate the vagus nerve with electrical impulses.
Video: Vagus nerve stimulation - Mayo Clinic Video: Vagus nerve stimulation Sections Video: Vagus nerve stimulation Transcript It's called vagus nerve stimulation.
Nerve recovery occurs gradually in hand transplant.
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